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University of Derby Chesterfield
open day

Join us at our Chesterfield Open Day where you will be able to meet our teaching teams and students and explore St Helena.

The Atrium at Kedleston Road during an Open Day
open day

Join us at our Undergraduate Open Day where you will be able to meet our teaching teams and students and explore our facilities and award-winning accommodation.

Woman looking through leaflet at Postgraduate Open Evening
open day

Visit us for our on-campus Postgraduate Open Event to find out more about postgraduate study at Derby.

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conference

Gain an understanding of how mental health impacts productivity levels in the workplace.

University of Derby Chesterfield
open day

Join us at our Chesterfield Open Day where you will be able to meet our teaching teams and students and explore St Helena.

Three students in the atrium looking around the careers fair.

Join our annual Careers Fair on Thursday 9 March 2023 to raise your company's profile and attract our student and graduate talent.

a group of students listening to a talk
conference

The 28th International Conference on Natural Language and Information Systems will be held at the University of Derby, UK and will be face-to-face. The NLDB conference brings together researchers, industry practitioners, and potential users interested in various applications of Natural Language in the Database and Information Systems field.

Kedleston Road Campus
conference

The 9th European Conference on Ethics and Integrity in Academia (ECEIA) 2023 with the main theme Enhancing ethical practice, professionalism and integrity for future development will be hosted by University of Derby, UK from 12th to 14th July 2023.The conference is jointly organised by the European Network for Academic Integrity and the University of Derby.

A library inside a museum.
conference

At this conference, we would especially like to explore the interface between history (in its broadest sense including heritage) and human care (professional, non-professional and self-administered); achieving health and wellbeing through history-driven social connectedness. In addition, we welcome papers relevant to the field of health humanities in general.